Hugh Johnson is regarded as the world's favorite wine writer thanks to his rare talent for bringing such a complicated subject to life. His prodigious career began at Cambridge, where he was a member of the Wine and Food Society. He succeeded André Simon as editor of Wine & Food magazine. Johnson has established himself as the preeminent authority on wine with such books as The World Atlas of Wine, Vintage: The Story of Wine, and How to Enjoy Wine.
Hugh Johnson's Pocket Encyclopedia of Wine 2001by Hugh Johnson
With current information on more than 6,000 wines, growers, and/i>
An indispensable tool of the wine enthusiast, Hugh Johnson's Pocket Encyclo- pedia of Wine 2001 is thoroughly revised to provide the most up-to-date information. This 24th edition of the world's bestselling wine book gives expert help in choosing a wine for every occasion and every budget.
With current information on more than 6,000 wines, growers, and regions worldwide, the Pocket Encyclopedia is packed with advice to assist your selection of wine, whether in stores or restaurants, for cellaring, or for special events. Extensive coverage -- from re-emerging Eastern European regions to the newest additions in the United States -- will introduce even the experienced oenophile to little-known finds, while detailed entries clarify information for the novice.
Johnson names the top-valued wines from every country and highlights those to drink in 2001, with predictions for wines to watch for in the future. Also included are regional maps, label guides, and vintage charts, along with fascinating entries on the history, production, and appreciation of wine. Hugh Johnson's Pocket Encyclopedia of Wine 2001 is the peerless standard of wine guides, a crucial addition to the library of every wine lover, enthusiast, and connoisseur.
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